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    • $1.3 Billion Bailout Keeps Thruway From Adding More Debt or Tolls (TU, Capital, LoHud, Bloomberg)
    • De Blasio's NYCHA Plan Includes New Development, Higher Parking Fees (WSJ, NYT)
    • Driver Leaving Gas Station Injures 3-Year-Old on Sidewalk; No Charges (Post)
    • Port Authority Police Officers Crash Into SUV and Lightpole in Gramercy (WNBC)
    • De Blasio Administration Wants City Council to Rewrite Law Banning Motorized Pedicabs (Post)
    • MTA Shortens Station Announcements, Adds Staff to Crowded Platforms (WNYC, DNA)
    • Nicole Garcia Named DOT's New Queens Borough Commissioner (TL)
    • Far West Side Residential Development Pushes Car Dealerships From 11th Avenue (Observer)
    • 10-Story Apartment Building to Replace Gas Station on Fulton Street in Bed-Stuy (YIMBY)
    • MTA Uses 8-Bit Aesthetic to Explain Train Delays (Gothamist, Curbed, Brokelyn)

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